PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona is reporting all-time highs in coronavirus patients using ventilators and occupying beds in intensive-care units.
The state Department of Health Services said 671 COVID-19 patients were on ventilators and 936 were in intensive care as of Sunday.
Hospitals were hovering around 90% capacity.
Health officials have reported 1,357 confirmed COVID-19 cases and eight additional deaths.
The state became one of the nation's coronavirus hot spots in May after Gov. Doug Ducey relaxed stay-at-home orders and other restrictions.
A federal judge heard arguments Monday in a fitness chain's challenge to Ducey's order shutting down gyms, bars and water parks until at least July 27.